Platte County closed with four straight wins to take the consolation bracket finals, while Park Hill went 1-2-1 at the Winnetonka Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 15.
North Platte picked up a pair of wins on Monday, Sept. 17 in a triangular at South Holt High School in Oregon, Mo.
Platte County found itself in a very familiar situation many times against Grain Valley on Friday, Sept. 14.
If head coach Josh Hood’s energy and reaction — a double fist pump and yell — in the postgame huddle was any indication, Friday night’s victory for his Trojans against Lee’s Summit North was about as big as a Week 4 victory can get.
Platte County football ended the previous season 11-3 with a quarterback who averaged 257.1 yards per game and a kicker who converted 60 of 61 extra point attempts. Both graduated in May and are continuing their football careers in college as walk-ons.
The North Platte Panthers got their first victory in the era of new coach Reis Wright with a 28-6 triumph over Plattsburg in KCI Conference play on Friday, Sept. 7 at Plattsburg High School in Plattsburg, Mo.
Bill Utz could use a different postgame ritual following matchups with Kearney. Frustration continued for Platte County’s coach following a 28-6 loss to the Bulldogs on Friday, Sept. 7 at Kearney High School, resulting in an all-too-familiar scene in the east end zone.
When you play your football games in Missouri like the Park Hill South Panthers, you can expect all sorts of weather and elements. One week it can be hot and humid, the other it can be damp and dreary.
LIBERTY, Mo. — More than 25 teams showed up Saturday, Sept. 1 for the first-ever Tim Nixon Invitational held at the Wildflower Cross Country Course at the Warrior’s Best Friend Training Grounds near Liberty North High School.
Max Davies repeated as the champion of the St. Mary’s Classic, held on Saturday, Sept. 1, at St. Michael’s the Archangel High School in Lee’s Summit, Mo.
It was a clean sweep for West Platte over Orrick during its match on Thursday, Aug. 30 in Orrick, Mo.
Two wins by William Chrisman made the difference between a repeat and a runner-up finish for Platte County on Friday, Aug. 24.
DEARBORN, Mo. — First-year coach Reis Wright and the North Platte Panthers entered week two of the season in search of their initial victory of the campaign against the Princeton Tigers and they are still looking after suffering a 58-22 defeat on Friday, Aug. 31 at North Platte High School.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The first miscue by Park Hill opened the door for Liberty to grab an early lead on Friday, Aug. 31.
Platte County expected a bigger test in a second straight nonconference matchup with a Class 5 opponent.
After a pair of tough losses in the opening round of the Greater Kansas City Softball Tournament, Platte County bounced back in a big way on Monday, Aug. 27.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — One game into the season, Park Hill South already had a statement win.
DEARBORN, Mo. — A new era kicked off in North Platte Panthers football with a matchup against Gallatin for the ninth consecutive year in the Grand River Conference and Kansas City Interscholastic Conference annual crossover, but the first under Reis Wright.
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